Greg Emmer

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Greg Emmer was the senior vice president of operations at the Disneyland Resort,[1] responsible for the daily operation of all aspects of the resort including Park Operations, Food & Beverage, Lodging, Entertainment, Store Operations & Distribution Services, Maintenance and Engineering, Downtown Disney, and Operations Integration.

Biography[edit]

Emmer began his career with The Walt Disney Company in 1968 as a ride operator on the Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction at Disneyland, and later moved to Florida for the opening of the Walt Disney World Resort. While moving up the ranks at Disney he became vice president of the Magic Kingdom, and then vice president of the Attractions Line of Business at Walt Disney World before being promoted to his most recent role at the Disneyland Resort.

Emmer retired from Disney on February 8, 2008. On September 15, 2008, Greg Emmer got one of the highest honors a Disneyland employee can receive, a tribute window placed on Main Street, U.S.A. inside of Disneyland in honor of his almost 40 years of service to Disney Parks and Resorts.

He belongs to the Dean's Advisory Board for the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Fullerton.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Verrier, Richard (5 October 200). "DISNEY SHUFFLES SEVERAL MANAGERS". Orlando Sentinel. p. B5. Retrieved 14 March 2012. Walt Disney World announced a management shuffle Wednesday that includes the replacement of Disney veteran Greg Emmer as vice president of the Magic ...  Check date values in: |date= (help)